Indie Gem "To The Moon" May Hit OnLive, Mac and Linux Soon, Tweets Creator

To The Moon is the latest project from Freebird Games, an indie studio headed by Canadian designer and composer Kan "Reives" Gao. Its resemblance to SNES-era role-playing games (Final Fantasy VI, in particular) and unique plot—about a medical procedure that allows a dying man to relive his life and fulfill a single wish—have generated it a bit of buzz recently.

Currently To The Moon is only available for Windows, but Gao revealed on Twitter yesterday that he's working with OnLive to bring it to the company's cloud-based game-streaming service. That would mean it'd be available to Mac and Linux users, as well, provided they shelled out for an OnLive subscription. He also hinted in another Tweet that he's considering doing a proper port to Mac OSX some time next year, alluding to "something coming" that could help make it possible.

Any idea what he's referring to? Check out the trailer above and let us know what you think in the comments or on Twitter or Facebook.

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